MM Adventure Travel
MM Adventure Travel and Discovery Sdn. Bhd.

Co. Reg: 1043373-A   (KPK/LN 7604 (MA4622)

email: Enquiry
Eco-Tourism Co.
Since 1996

Tour Type:

Private Tour


Yes, you can


5 Days

Group Size:

1 to travel


Year Round

Distance Travel

1050km by road

Tour Code:


Cameron Highlands and Penang Islands with Orang Utan 5 Days Tour

Imagine when beauty and adventure join hospitality and professionalism in one single experience….. let us make your holiday a memorable one with the best out of Us.....

Penang Bridge
1st Penang Bridge
Feeding Silver Leaf Monkeys
Tea Plantation
Orang Utan Eating
Orang Utan Eating
Strawberry Fruit in Cameron Highlands
Strawberry in Cameron

Lata Iskandar (Waterfall at Cameron Highlands)

Cameron Highlands is Malaysia's largest and best-known hill resort. Discovered by, and named after William Cameron, a government surveyor who, in 1885 explored the area by hacking a path up through dense jungle and came across, "A fine plateau shut in by mountains". At 1524m above sea level the area enjoys a cool climate, with temperatures no higher than 20°C and rarely falling below 10°C, a welcome change to the generally oppressive heat and humidity at sea level.

Nestling the borders of Pahang and Perak provinces are the Cameron Highlands, Malaysia's most popular hill station destination. It is actually an area of tremendous natural beauty, encompassing tea farms, vegetable fields, flower gardens and challenging hiking trails with rushing waterfalls. It also finds tremendous favor with many budget travelers because of its cool climate which is in stark contrast to the hot, humid weather in most parts of the region. read more.....

The history of Penang is closely related to the history of Kedah. Penang was  previously part of the sultanate of Kedah until it became a British possession in  1786. It later gained independence as part of the Federation of Malaya in 1957.

16th century Portuguese traders from Goa, India sailing to the Far East in search of spices found a small island where they replenished their water supplies. They named it Pulo Pinaom. In the 17th century, Penang’s location at the northern entry to the Straits of Malacca provided a sheltered harbour for Chinese, Indian, Arabian and European ships during the monsoon months; this, in turn, inevitably made it fertile hunting ground for pirates.

One of the very first Englishmen to reach Penang was the merchant-navigator Sir James Lancaster who in 1588 served under Sir Francis Drake as commander of the Edward Bonadventure against the nemesis of the Spanish Armada. On 10 April 1591, commanding the same ship, he set sail from Plymouth for the East Indies, reaching Penang in June 1592, remaining on the island until September of the same year and pillaging every vessel he encountered. He returned to England in May 1594. read more.....

Visit and timing is subject to change with or without prior notice due to traffic/weather conditions. Please note that while we operate successful trips in this part of the world throughout the year, some changes may occur in our itineraries due to inclement weather and common seasonal changes to timetables and transport routes. This can happen with little notice so please be prepared for modifications to the route.

Cameron Highlands and Penang Islands with Orang Utan Tour Itinerary

Tour Code: 30015

Day One (stay Strawberry Park Resort in Cameron Highlands - Twin Sharing) / (Meals --/ L / --/ )

Download Itinerary and Tour Details l Tour Type: Private Tour / Guide l This Tour is Customizable

Visit and timing is subject to change with or without prior notice due to traffic/weather conditions

Pick-up service
Complimentary pickup will be provided from all hotels / residential in Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya and please wait at the lobby or main entrance based on the pick up time given.

For this tour itinerary which begins in Penang Island and ends in Kuala Lumpur City or Kuala Lumpur Airport, please write to us via Online Enquiry for the price

Kuala Lumpur > Batu Caves > Cameron Highlands

0730 hours, Meet and Greet by our staff, and transfer to Cameron Highlands, enroute Batu Caves. The journey will take around 3 1/2 hours from Batu Caves to reach Cameron Highlands, as the drive take you on highway and country road, and drive through rubber and palm plantations, tropical fruit orchard, villages and much more.....

Distance Travel by Road (estimate only)
205KM (Kuala Lumpur > Cameron Highlands) (Time 3.30 hours)

205KM (Cameron Highland > Penang Islands) (Time 4.00 hours)

A refreshing retreat to Malaysia's premier hill resort, famous for its rolling tea plantations and vegetable farms. Nestling at 1,600m above sea level in the north-west corner of Pahang, the resort is accessible from Kuala Lumpur via the town of Tapah in Perak. The drive up to the highlands passes through lush jungle greenery. Half-day tour of the highlands taken in the Tea Plantation and Factory, Strawberry Farm, Tea Factory and Rose Garden.

Jim Thompson
Jim Thompson was an American businessman who helped revitalize the Thai silk industry in the 1950s and 1960s. At the time of his disappearance he was one of the most famous Americans living in Asia. read more

1200 Noon Estimate arrival at Tapah town for lunch (local cuisine) will be served and etc...., a get a way town for Cameron Highlands with is own uniqueness, enroute Bamboo Basket Making Factory (hand made) (a dying trade)

1300 hours Time to buckle up your belly and proceed to Cameron Highlands via a winding road cutting through Rainforest for the next 60KM (estimate), the 1st town (Ringlet), you will see as we arrive in Cameron Highlands. On the way, we will stop by at Lata Iskandar Waterfall and Aboriginal village.

1530 hours check in and free and easy at your own leisure.

Day Two (stay Strawberry Park Resort in Cameron Highlands - Twin Sharing) / (Meals B / L / --/ )

Cameron Highlands Sightseeing Tour

0900 hours after breakfast, Cameron Highlands sightseeing starts by Mossy Forest and Mount Brinchang and tea plantation, tea factory, walk through tea plantation, tea break at Boh Tea Plantation beautiful scenery, overlooking the tea plantation when you having a cup of tea, Rose Centre, Strawberry Farm, Market and much more.....

1300 hours lunch will be serve at local restaurant

1500 hours tour ends, drop off at hotel, free and easy with leisure at your own.

Day Three (stay Cititel Hotel in Georgetown Penang - Twin Sharing) (Meals B / L / --/ )

Cameron Highlands > Ipoh > Kuala Kangsar > Penang Islands

Option to upgrade to (this options can be found in the booking form)

@ Batu Feringghi

Lone Pine Hotel by Eastern & Oriental
Bayview Beach Resort

@ Tanjung Bungah

Rainbow Paradise Beach Resort

@ Georgetown

Eastern & Oriental in Georgetown

0900 hours transfer to Penang Islands, enroute Ipoh Town / Royal Town and Orang Utan.

Ipoh Railway Station History
The Ipoh railway station was initially meant to be a hospital and used before the 20th century as such before being turned into a station. The original completion year of 1917 was delayed for three years due to lack of construction materials as well as high costs during World War I.

Like the Kuala Lumpur station, the Ipoh station were designed and constructed by Arthur Benison Hubback, a British architectural assistant to the Director of Public Works. Having served in India, Hubback utilised his knowledge of Anglo-Asian architecture in the region on the station's design. The "Neo-Moorish / Mughal / Indo-Saracenic /Neo-Saracenic" style was not uncommon at the time.

Transfer from Ipoh to Penang, enroute Kuala Kangsar, visits Oldest Rubber tree in Malaysia (planted in 1877), Ubudiah Mosque and Royal Museum.

Ubudiah Mosque History

Masjid Ubudiah - ranking high on the list of Malaysia's most beautiful mosques, the Masjid Ubudiah (or Ubudiah Mosque) stands proudly and majestically in Kuala Kangsar, with its golden dome and minarets creating a spellbinding sight, from near and afar.

The mosque was designed by Arthur Benison Hubback, a government architect who is notably credited for the design of the Ipoh railway station and the Kuala Lumpur railway station.

Built in 1917 during the reign of the 28th Sultan of Perak, Sultan Idris Murshidul'adzam Shah, the Masjid Ubudiah is located beside the Royal Mausoleum on Bukit Chandan. It was commissioned on the orders of the Sultan, who vowed that he would build a mosque of great beauty as thanksgiving for recovery from an illness which plagued him in those early days.

The construction of the mosque was not without difficulties. Work was interrupted several times, once when two elephants belonging to the sultan's and Raja Chulan were fighting and ran over and damaged the imported Italian marble titles.

The mosque was finally completed in late 1917 at a total cost of RM200,000- quite an astronomical figure for those days. It was officially declared open by Sultan Abdul Jalil Karamtullah Shah, successor to Sultan Idris. This imposing structure is now a symbol of great pride to all Muslims in the state of Perak Darul Ridzuan, the Land of Grace

Orang Utan Islands

Bukit Merah, the only conservational Orang Utan Island in Peninsular Malaysia and the unique Eco Park which surrounded by lush greenery and fronting one of Malaysia's largest 7,000-acre freshwater lake.

Tucked away on the 35-acre Pulau Orang Utan, Orang Utan Island is the world's first and only 5-acre rehabilitation and conservation facility where Orang Utans roam free. The unique island serves as a breeding sanctuary as well as a conservation, research and education center to better understand this endangered species.

Venture from the main jetty at Marina Village and wait for the ferry to take you to the Orang Utan Island. It's just a 10-minute boat ride across. The ferry departs every half an hour on weekends and every 45 minutes on weekdays.

At the island, you will be taken through a 100-meter steel walkthrough 'cage tunnel' to come up close and personal with these primates. In a twist, you will be enclosed in a 'cage' as you observe the Orang Utans roaming free in their natural habitats.

1730 hours (estimate) check in and free and easy at your own leisure.

Optional (NO additional cost for guiding, you only pay for what you eat and drink) walking food tour at night (07.30PM ~ 09.30PM) by our driver guide.

Day Four (stay Cititel Hotel in Georgetown Penang - Twin Sharing) (Meals B / L / --/ )

Penang Islandss City Tour (half day)

0900 hours after breakfast, Penang City Tour starts with.... visit

George Town, the capital city of Penang was named after King George III of England, is an interesting blend of the old and new. It is worth to note that Penang has one of the largest Colonial Buildings in Southeast Asia. Tour includes a stop at Fort Cornwallis, built in 1808. Fort Cornwallis also marks the spot where Sir Francis Light first landed on this island. You will be driven through Street of Harmony, which houses the Anglican Church, Kuan Yin Chinese Temple, Mahamariaman Indian Temple and the Kapitan Keling Mosque. Followed by a visit to Little India. Followed by, the World’s Fourth Largest Reclining Buddha statue at Wat Chayamangkalaram. Next stop, Fort Cornwallis and Kek Lok Si Temple is one of the largest Buddhist temples in South-East Asia. It is also known as the Temple of Ten Thousand Buddha’s. The 7-Tier Pagoda of 10,000 Buddha which dominates the temple, is influenced by the architecture styles of the Thais, Burmese and Chinese. A beautiful Bronze Statue of the Goddess of Mercy overlooks the temple. Next, take the funicular train ride up Penang Hill and elevation of 833m above sea level, a cool hill retreat from the tropical heat below for a Panoramic View of George Town and experience the flora and fauna..

Tour Highlights in Penang Island
Penang Hill, Kek Lok Si Temple, Colonial Buildings in George Town, Tier Pagoda of 10,000 Buddha, Fort Cornwallis, Little India, Panoramic View of George Town, Chinatown, Street of Harmony, Reclining Buddha ((optional and only if time permit) and much more......

around 3PM, the tour should end, upon drop off in hotel, free and easy with leisure at your own.

Day Five (Meals B / L / --/ )

Penang Islands > Kuala Lumpur

1000 hours check out, otherwise transfer to Kuala Lumpur

1300 hours lunch (local cuisine), mingle with the local as like....., after lunch transfer to Kuala Lumpur

Estimate arrival time would be around 3PM in Kuala Lumpur

1500 hours drop off at hotel and tour ends.

Optional drop off to Lumut or Kuala Besut (Kuala Terengganu) or Ferry Terminal (to Langkawi Islands) can be arranged and the cost can be seen in the online booking form.

Prices and Booking

Prices for Year 2016 / 17

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  • Prices shown above are excluding 6% for GST - Goods Services Tax

  • Credit or Cash Card Payment / deposit via PayPal will be based on Malaysian Ringgit
    A 4.0% e-commerce charge and RM5.00 service charge will be applied on all payments made by
    Credit or Cash Card
    , via PayPal

Prices published are for Online Booking Only - NO Booking over the Phone as we need your details for Tour Confirmation and Billing

  • Rate above are for NON Peak and Public and School Holidays in Malaysia.

Peak and super peak charges
For Strawberry Park Resorts
in Cameron Highlands

For Peak / Public / School Holidays, additional surcharge of RM75.00 per person is required
For Super Peak, additional of RM125.00 per person is required. Check Peak and Off Peak Season

For stay in Penang - additional surcharge of RM125.00 per night / per room is required

From December 21st 2014 ~ January 3rd 2016
February 17th ~ 22nd February 2016


Deposit (RM1000.00 per person is required) is required when you book this tour. After submitting the reservation / booking form online, the deposit paid is for us to use your deposit to block the room/s, you will be taken to the payment page (deposit must be paid via Credit Card / Debit Card) and the balance payment can be paid in CASH in Malaysian Ringgit, (if you are paying with this denomination US$ / Euro / SG / AUS$ / Pound, please let us know a few days before departure, so that we can work out the exchange rate for you) when we pick you up on the tour day.

Balance Payment (by Visa / Master)

If you opt to pay the balance payment for your tour

  • by Credit or Charge Card, additional bank surcharge of 2.5% based on total tour cost of your balance payment.

You can avoid this fee by paying cash in Malaysian Ringgit. The charge on your card will read "MM Adventure Travel and Discovery Sdn. Bhd."

Deposit Paid (100% Refundable)
In the worst case scenario, after your booking and deposit is made, and there is no place/s available for your requested date/s, we will inform you of an alternative date/s and if it is not possible for you to change the date, we will refund the deposit (100%) within 30 minutes to 24 hours from the time you made your deposit.

Deposit paid is only become non-refundable once the Proforma Invoice and / or Tour Confirmation are issued by us.

Cameron Highlands and Penang Islands with Orang Utan Tour Highlights

These highlights are just a general outline only of the tour conducted as we cannot put every single detail and information on this page due to some other companies having copied and pasted our webpage into their own websites many times in the past

  • History / Culture / Cuisine

  • North - South Highway

  • Batu Caves

  • Cave Temple (Hindu)

  • Rose Garden (visit stop)

  • Mossy Forest (visit are subject to road and weather conditions)

  • Mount Brinchang (visit are subject to road and weather conditions)

  • Butterfly Garden (visit stop)

  • Vegetable Farm (drive through)

  • Strawberry Farm (visit farm / stop)

  • Tea Plantation - Boh Tea factory and Plantation (visit stop)

  • Feel of Rainforest (drive through)

  • Waterfall (Lata Iskandar)

  • Driving through Country Side

  • Palm Plantation

  • Rubber Plantation

  • Orang Utan Islands

  • Royal Palace (old) and Ubudiah Mosque (visit stop)

  • Oldest Rubber tree in Malaysia (1877)

  • Royal Town (visit stop)

  • Penang Bridge (drive through) - Second Bridge 

  • Penang Hill

  • Kek Lok Si Temple

  • Tier Pagoda of 10,000 Buddha

  • Colonial Buildings in George Town

  • Fort Cornwallis

  • Little India (walking tour)

  • Panoramic View of George Town

  • Street of Harmony

  • Reclining Buddha

  • Our USP (Unique Selling Point) and much, much more.....

Your Cuisine is as follows

Meals ( 4B / 5L / --/ ) all meals provided by us are based on local Cuisine for Lunch, except Breakfast. Eating local cuisine / fruits and drinking local beverages is an adventure by itself and much more.....

While travelling with us you'll experience the vast array of wonderful food cuisine available in the Malaysia. Your driver / guide will be able to suggest restaurants / stalls / street food to try during your trip. To give you the maximum flexibility in deciding what you want to eat, where and what to eat, generally our guide will advice you time to time. This also gives you more flexibility and want to try our local cuisine (hot / spicy / sweet / sour and etc......). As a rule our driver guide will tend to mingle you with local eat together to enable feel like one of them. There's no obligation to do this though, if can it will be a great experience.

Visit Rubber and Palm oil plantations with stop and feel the palm oil / rubber (with rubber tapping by plantation owner - if available) and much more..... with explanation on these raw materials, how they are tapped and extracted and much more....., it will take you back in time. It doesn't matter if you have a negative picture about the palm oil industry, let us show you and you decide...... what is the true picture

Issues on your trip

While we always endeavour to provide the best possible holiday experience for you / your family / your love one, due to the nature of travel and the areas we visit sometimes things can and do go wrong. Should any issue occur while you are on your trip, it is imperative that you discuss this with our driver / guide straight away so that they can do their best to rectify the problem and save any potential negative impact on the rest of your trip.

What to Bring

Extra cash for personal expenditure. Not to forget to bring your cameraa and don't forget to bring sense of adventure / fun / humor / enthusiasm and a flexible attitude!!

Take Note (fine printt), Due to the nature of the tour, the weather, road condition, local circumstances, prevailing safety factors, the route & itinerary may vary to those published but the content of the tour will remain the same. The final decision of the actual itinerary will be made by us on the day of the tour..

What to Wear
Wear comfortable, Sport shoes or Sandals, T-shirt, long or short pants, sunglasses and hat.

What's includes in this Trip

  • Return hotel transfers from any hotel or residential in Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya by MPV / Mini Van / Car (Air-Cond)
  • Good English speaking Driver Guide
  • (other language / dialect speaking guides are subject to availability and the cost is additional, please check with us for the cost via Online Enquiry Form)
  • All entrance fees as stated for place of visits in the above itinerary
  • (except Fort Cornwallis entrance fee)
  • Plain bottled drinking watter
  • Meals (4 Breakfast in Hotel / 5 Lunch - local cuisine)

  • Accommodation (subject to availability, otherwise an alternative will be suggested)

    • 2 Night stay at Cititel Hotel in Penang Islands  - twin / triple sharing (or similar)

    • 2 Night stay at Strawberry Park Resort in Cameron Highlands - twin / triple sharing

Upgrade of hotel in Penang Islands shown below are avaliable in the booking form.

@ Batu Feringghi

Lone Pine Hotel by Eastern & Oriental
Bayview Beach Resort

@ Tanjung Bungah

Rainbow Paradise Beach Resort

@ Georgetown

Eastern & Oriental in Georgetown

What's excluded in this Trip

  • Personal Expenditure

  • Any Alcoholic Beverages

  • Any Additional Stops / Tour/s

  • Entrance fee for Fort Cornwallis

  • Meals (Dinner)

  • Others which are not mentioned in itinerary